Monthly Archives: September 2008

Crepuscular, Poetry and the Declaration of Independence

Last night—actually early this morning—I awoke with a poem in my head like I often awake from a dream. I was tired and all I really wanted to do was to go back to sleep. But the more the words … Continue reading

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The “New” New Deal and the Mystery Revealed

I know we have all had thoughts or ideas that when first “hatched” seemed like the perfect answer to whatever question we had that produced the thought in the first place. In my own life, often after the idea is … Continue reading

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The Train Ride To NYC

My wife Sandi and I have been to New York City several times during the past 10 or 12 years. Each time, except the first and last, we flew out of the Greensboro Airport and into New York’s La Guardia … Continue reading

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Back From The “City”

What can I say about New York City that hasn’t already been said by a thousand different people in a thousand different ways—and no doubt many much better than anything I could add to the legacy that is NYC. It … Continue reading

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